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His wife feels super uncomfortable sharing all those details with him.  She thinks it is only going to hurt him more.  That if they are going to try to stay together, they should move forward and work on them as a 'couple', on their marriage and remove the focus from the affair.


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  1.   The Urban CowboyNo Gravatar Says:

    There is no way reading the emails and texts is going to help the marriage. He will more than likely harbor a deep resentment…no matter what he says, and it will rear its ugly head in the future.

    So not a good idea.

  2.   hubmanNo Gravatar Says:

    Speaking as someone who cheated and got caught, I told her only as much as necessary, she didn’t ask for all the details and I didn’t share them all. Why bother, what’s the point? It’s only going to keep the emotional wounds open and delay healing.

  3.   Curious MeNo Gravatar Says:

    Just a quick thought, but maybe what he can imagine is worse than what happened. It is possible that knowing the details will let him stop creating scenarios in his mind. As for helping the marriage… I doubt it will help, but I also doubt her refusing his request will help anything either.

  4.   PCNo Gravatar Says:

    I can’t see that making him feel better. Not at all.

  5.   Professor FateNo Gravatar Says:

    He sounds like a typical guy. He thinks that if he gets all the information, he’ll be able to fix whatever is broken. That will not happen. The long and the short of it is that their relationship did not provide the wife with something she thought she needed and thought she could get elsewhere. What that is will not be in the texts and emails. She may not even know why. If she had known what was wrong, she would have tried to fix it.

    She regained his attention. Now she needs to regain his trust.

  6.   JimNo Gravatar Says:

    No, no, no . . . not a positive step. If she really wants to work things out with him, she can reveal her needs and issues over time. No good can come from him prying into her intimacies with another man. If what she’s willing to share, for the good of both of them, isn’t enough, then maybe they can’t work things out.

    XO
    [I'm guessing you're in for a ton of feedback on this issue . . .]

  7.   Barefoot DreamingNo Gravatar Says:

    that will be the end. he thinks he wants to know….until he knows.

  8.   Babe LincolnNo Gravatar Says:

    Maybe women are different than men, but when I would want to read the emails too. Otherwise, I’d obsess on them, wonder what was said and probably draw even worse conclusions. With the flirty emails I found between hubby and the lead singer, I went back and read them all before he deleted the email account. Did I enjoy reading them? Hell no. But afterwards I at least felt like I had a better grasp on the situation and have now moved on…

  9.   Westcoast WeirdoNo Gravatar Says:

    I’m so curious it would drive me *nuts* not knowing & my mind would make the worst case scenarios. But I’m smart enough to realize that it WILL be salt in my wounds & might make things unfixable. I think if I was serious about staying together, I might not read them. If I knew it was probably over, I would sooo have to read them!

  10.   BTExpressNo Gravatar Says:

    All the details will just make it worse. I would want to know how long it’s been going on, was she cheating with more than one person and what do I do to deserve it. I’d wait for the explanations, then kick her ass out.

    IMO, cheating is the worse thing you can to someone you supposedly loved and doesn’t deserve a second chance, because once a cheater, always a cheater. Even if the person never cheated again, I’d always be suspicious and a lifetime of worrying about it, just isn’t worth it.

  11.   DanielleNo Gravatar Says:

    I am would want to read them because if I didn’t I would go crazy making shit up in my head. But if i read them I would go crazy knowing. To me it is a no win situation. I would have to do counciling.

  12.   KennyNo Gravatar Says:

    For reasons I am uncomfortable to discuss here this hits VERY close to home.

    I will say this though. He will not feel better about knowing. I think for guys it is not so much about the emotional, but the evolution. Here is what I mean through the general evolutionary process (whether you want to accept the science or not)we really want to know the answers to the biological questions. Why was he more attractive? Did he have a bigger dick, better in bed, more hair, better provider? When a guy wants to know here he went wrong he really means “Why didn’t I compare, or why am I no longer the Alpha male?”

    The problem is the reason why most women cheat in my experience has nothing to do with any of these things. It is almost always about the emotional. The way the other guy makes them feel..relaxed, beautiful, happy, giddy. This is usually the disconnect that leads to the cheating in the first place. The male thinks he is providing all the evolutionary things that should make his mate happy==> Home, protection, food, children…the problem is marriages, and people for that matter, are far more complex and usually the emotional needs that get met in the beginning through attraction and courtship have long been ignored.

    In comes guy number two. He is exciting..new..he doesn’t have to show he is a good provider, or has an adequate penis, or that he even dresses all that well. He tells her she is funny, smart, beautiful a pleasure to be around. He feeds her EMOTIONAL needs first. Once that is done a woman’s physical needs are just icing on the cake…. Get it?

    Why did I spend so much time saying all this? Well its the foundation for my next point. He will gain nothing from the details because it will give him none of the answers he is looking for. Which is basically how do I compare? The only solution here is therapy. Yes, she should give him some answers this is part of the process, but that disclosures should be coached by a third party to help put things in context and keep limits on what is relevant. More importantly a good therapist will help him find the answers to the questions he probably didn’t know he should really be asking.

  13.   VixenNo Gravatar Says:

    Urban Cowboy- so totally agree with you!

    Hubman- exactly, open wounds do not result in healing.

  14.   VixenNo Gravatar Says:

    Curious Me- true. I’m not against him having *some* of the information. I think that might be helpful for him being able to put his mind at ease. But reading all of it, I just can’t see that helping.

  15.   VixenNo Gravatar Says:

    Prof Fate- well put.

    Jim- apparently so ;)
    (in reference to the feedback)

  16.   VixenNo Gravatar Says:

    BD- yep. totally with you.

    Babe- do you think you would feel differently if more had been going on bwtn the lead singer and your husband?

  17.   VixenNo Gravatar Says:

    Roxy- oh I’m with you. If I were NOT going to stay I would want to know EVERYTHING. So I could really obsess and dwell. *snort*

    BT- I’m with you to an extent. I can’t imagine staying with someone who cheated. The trust would be so *broken*. (course I stayed with my first husband for 16 years while he cheated on me the entire time….with out evidence though. DOH)

  18.   VixenNo Gravatar Says:

    jr- I agree with two things. The list of details you listed he should know in order to move on. And therapy.

    Danielle- yep. Therapy/counseling.

  19.   VixenNo Gravatar Says:

    Kenny- thank you for taking the time to comment, especially given the sensitive nature.

    I completely agree with you. Women cheat for emotional reasons, as well as the ‘exciting and new’ that you referred to.

    What you said here-
    More importantly a good therapist will help him find the answers to the questions he probably didn’t know he should really be asking.

    Perfectly said and very well thought out.

  20.   vixen kittenNo Gravatar Says:

    I subscribe to the lines of the person who said once a cheat, always a cheat.

    I’ve only had one person I was involved in cheat on me. As soon as I knew they were politely shown the door. There was no “working things out” in my book. I didn’t care about the details, because I never for a second thought it was something I did wrong that caused it. It was the other persons insecurities that caused them to seek out the attention and feed their own ego.

    Trust is like a teacup. If it breaks, you can glue it back together, and it may even look pretty enough to sit on a shelf, but it’s never going to hold water again.

    xoxo
    ~vk~

    btw….The cheater is still out there cheating. Their last 3 relationships have ended because of it.

  21.   Another Suburban MomNo Gravatar Says:

    As someone who has been on the other end of the equation, I can tell you that I did not want to know everything.

    I did ask for some details, but not all of them, and once I was satisfied with the answers I was able to work towards moving on.

    And while I have more than forgiven Hubman and our marriage became better and stronger after it, I have to admit that when I remember that it happened I still have a little twinge of hurt. It goes away as quickly as it came, but it still pings.

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